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"layton" Discussed on WTOP
"Layton's The Luke Luke er w T O P News. The driver of a tour bus is recovering after he was Shot while transporting a group on I 2 95 this morning. Maryland State Police say that around 2:45 A.m., someone in a passing car opened fire on a tour bus hitting the driver. Police say it happened as the bus was travelling on to 95 near the Baltimore Washington International Airport, wounded. They say the driver pulled off into the departure lanes of B W I and brought the bus carrying 10 passengers to a safe stop. Police interviewed the passengers who were not hurt, and the driver who is recovering at the hospital. Investigators closed the area of 2 95 near Linthicum Heights for six hours as crime scene technicians with state police and and arrundell County police scoured the area for any evidence. If you were traveling there at the time, or know more about the crime, call Maryland State police Megan Cloherty w T O P. News It's 11 05 classes are canceled. Today at Howard University in the campus is open to a central employees. Only. It comes after a ransomware attack. Howard University says it became aware of unusual activity on its network Friday. So what? Shut it down? To investigate. The school confirms it has been targeted by a ransomware attack. At this point, there is no evidence of anyone's personal information being accessed ER shared, but extra safety measures are being installed to protect that data. The FBI and D C. Government are aware of the situation, the school says. Each afternoon at two they'll send out a status update to the Howard University community. I'm what to expect the next day on campus. The Lord didn't staying double U T L P knows a vaccine milestone this morning in Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says, According to the latest CDC data, 95% of Marylanders 65 older have now received at least one dose of Covid 19 vaccine, The governor released a statement saying With this news, the state is much better prepared to withstand the Delta Varian surge. State is also scoring well in other age categories. More than 81% of residents, 18 and older have received a dose of covid vaccine and 80% of Marylanders. 12 it up have at least one dose on board as well. Montgomery County schools have been open for only a week, and there are more students having to quarantine after exposure to the coronavirus. Several parents who said they didn't want to be recorded say they are concerned about covid 19 and crowding on Montgomery County school buses where it's standing room only, and in hallways. In school cafeterias, where students are at times packed in as a Friday, more than 1000 students and staff were already in quarantine. Katherine Miller has two daughters that clear Spring Elementary In Damascus. They are extremely nervous. We double mask at school to help with that Give them antibacterial soap that they have wet wipes they can use to wipe down their tables and help with anxiety. The Board of Education meets Thursday and there will be a discussion on the opening of schools. Kate Ryan. W T. O P News just ahead. How will the US repair the damage done in Afghanistan in the eyes of NATO? It's 11 7. The important work at your agency never stops and Alito's We stop.
"layton" Discussed on The Futur
"Who might have had to fight through. What is really loving advice. That is trying to protect you but ends up potentially being limiting and something that you have to go against the people who nurture and love you and who are trying to help but who are really not clear on what all the possibilities are In art and design and again. I don't know how my mom found this school And and you know it's an even bigger guests as to how she was able to pay for back then it's like a thousand dollars. It's like wow a money back. Then i love that story and i can so relate to it and i think there's some commonality between your affection for your mom and how she was able to nurture shape and protect you from naysayers and i think that's the beautiful thing about moms And it seems. Like it's more moms and dads. Unfortunately yeah he's that they can recognize that spark that passion that you have and kind of cleared the table for you so that you can pursue that and that. That's an amazing thing that your mom found this drama thing solve that talent in you that layton thing and she didn't know what shape or form is going to take and yet she spent the money to get you this thing and that encouragement that support to do so much for your self confidence and were so much were kinda young beings. Were still as much as we don't want to admit it. We still care about what our parents think..
Managing Depression, Trauma and Signs a Child May Be Struggling With Depression
"One in twelve children are battling with extreme symptoms of anxiety and depression between the ages of nine and sixteen and actually younger. It's more in goals k. And this often goes. Unnoticed by. Adults teaches pediatricians leaders. Do you know that. Three percent of leaders are talking in about mental health noticing mental health. And we may talk about. Children leaders would be example. Teach in a classroom a principal of a school a leader in a community kind of sitting at any medical health professional any mental health professional parents. These leaders be leading. The people only four percent of churches for example are talking and religious organizations of talking about mental health. I mean this. This is an area. That's not being spoken about an art children going unnoticed and we know children kind of seem to bounce back from issues because they kind of seem to pull a lives together and kind of bounce back and there is almost a dangerous assumption that we making. I know when. I was practicing as a therapist which i did for over twenty five years that we had a child with a traumatic brain injury that the actual physical damage. That would happen in putting into hospital for period of time and on they seem to physically bounce back quicker than an adult so there was a lot of assumptions made about how they are recovering. Child a child recovers more quickly. But then you would see what we call the subtle learning disability starting to manifest in certain different age groups and certain different periods at school and that was directly track back to the traumatic brain injury so they physically had recovered. But there was this layton to fix a lot of them were emotional learning etcetera that needed to be managed so we gotta stop making the assumption that our kids seem to be fine. They seem to be getting through. We've got to be very careful of that. Because if a child has experienced something they and they and they don't depending on the age if they are under twelve then gonna have much language to be able to analyze express that to the younger they get the more difficult as we know is and then also from the age of thirteen through twenty four is the most difficult season of the entire entire life cycle.
The Top 5 Social Media Apps for Online Fitness Coaches
"Five on my top. Five social media apps for ominous coaches. If you guys run and grow business is is lincoln. Lincoln is number five guys. Want to take some guesses at number four. What's number four if layton's number five. What do you guys think number. Four is the six some guesses on. I'm going to take some guesses in your head. I want you to think about what you think. Number four is right now for social media. Number four for social media for growing on my coaching business is clubhouse clubhouse from me right now's number four and i'll tell you why club osas number four. I think close. Mike climb on my list overtime but the reason that closes number four for me is the potential for growth rate. Now is massive on clothes. I really do think like the potential to grow. Clubhouse is very big. You know speaking up in rooms that are like you know. Big that aren't yours is a really good chance to grow following the downside of clubs from me is like and for those of you guys. That don't know what cobos quickly sixty seven seconds. Summary clubhouse is our as a voice as a live voice app so essentially. It's you can join rooms that people are hosting. And let's say. The room is about entrepreneurship or like weight loss. Or whatever so you joined the room. There's a group of moderators. It can be like one to five to ten different moderators. And then there's people in the audience and the people in the audience can raise their hand. They have something to say and so close. The potential on the app is big. And i do think that it has potential surge over the course of the next two to three months especially wants to gets released to android the downside of clubs from me is that it takes a significant amount of time because even for the chance to speak like if you're hosting your own room that's dope but you're not going to have a lot of followers at first when you you start the app so that's the downside and and so if you want to speak up in a bigger room like you know the bigger room to get a more followers give to sit there and you have to wait your turn and so the downside from me on clubhouse is that like there's a lot of potential claus and it is huge. The downside for me is that it takes a significant amount of
Coming Out Stories: Leighton From Warrington
"Are going to hear from layton. He grew up in warrenton in the northwest of england but his family are from. Nigeria is a country where it still illegal to be gay and layton felt so unsafe. He didn't even go to his own. Dad's funeral when i was about fourteen. Fifteen escort the time. All my friends were like. Oh yeah gets and girlfriends and all that and there was this particular girl that everyone thought. I'll go after book. I was just not interested. That's all but at the center couldn't sell any of my friends because been warrants and added time. That was three so warranting. wasn't this developed mentally. Just straight on obama's what everyone knew times but by the time i was sixteen then met someone at school who were showing the same interest so trump site so again instead of going to peak class. We were more interested hats class and all that so we kind of realize okay. Maybe we are live in the same way and things developed and we got together and get a free and this was your first love time. Presumably at school in warrington. I remember the first time we kissed was actually on the back of the school field next to the small reviver time and it was. It was fun and we get so two thousand three and everyone just thought will mates so hang on a minute. Let me get this right. So that was a company as after three s so together for eight years with your first boyfriend was seventy six twenty three. So that's quite extraordinary. Isn't it and you have that relationship secretly. It was create even when we moved giver. Everyone just over friends. My parents lived about a mile away. They follow friends as well. Thought you know just two. Lads shared a house together nothing more and because we had quite law female friends. That couldn't say debate. Friend of their star. Maybe we are in details as well
The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia
"Knew. Newspaper has hit the streets in philadelphia dedicated to the liberation of the nation's best known political prisoner. Mia abu jamal pam. Africa is coordinator of international concern. Family and friends of mumia abu-jamal. She wants folks to sign a petition in the newspaper. Demanding that philadelphia district attorney stop standing in the way of abu jamal's freedom. We do have the first edition of jamal journal in the nineties. Me and mia did. His newspaper to jamal. Journal was four of information is very first newspaper. That we're putting out is geared to what is happening to me. Now all the evidence and i just got a call from romania and his wife one thing will be a does do. He never complains about his sickness. Always usually find that out for someone else but he called me to let me know that. He believes that he had cold and he had went to the doctors up there and they were telling him no he. Don't they know he said his breed is bad and he said it feels like elephant is something sitting on his lungs. So you know. I'm asking people really to step up the work. Mia the district attorney here in philadelphia. They deblum is guilty. There's absolutely no evidence to show any judicial or prosecutorial misconduct case which is a blatant lie. Attorney in philadelphia. Mike record has went on record and stated very clearly that you know in his investigations moon is not only innocent. He's factually innocent. But what we have to use a conspiracy to commit cold blooded premeditated murder and they want us to sit down. Shut up and act like these fax is in hatton so he ate cranston who said there is no evidence of movie not having a fair trial in our journal. You see that. The key witness mr shelbert and who was a cab driver who said that he was missing. He what happened he said did move me. Shocked peace officer faulkner. He said several times in he kept missing missing. Shoot me at first but photographer by the name of polar cough was orange seen that night before. A lot of the peace officers got there and he took pictures men washington and another journalist. Linda got the picture some cough and the picture show clear was not in the ground at all showing the lie that the da is repeated. Today it's nothing but a lot the. Da have evidence that they beat lumia in our lady who was looking out her window. She says she saw when he ran his head into a poll. Busting it wide open. He was don't he was kicked with those steel toed routes kicked on his side and he was also shot so when they brought him into the hospital of course he couldn't stand up and he couldn't walk and they didn't just layton on the emergency room floor. They dropped him down on the floor where people come. In on those treads and to dr. See the moon. You could not speak above a whisper. He had to get right down to them to hear what it was he was saying. The police say their move was shouting and screaming. Yes i shot the mother. And i hope he does the best one. They claim that they have all the evidence be turned in some evidence a couple of years ago. They found six boxes. There had evidence that hasn't been seen so now near saying they have all the evidence. But i remembered on the night of december ninth which was in the winter moon into his wife. Had these one piece no sense. And that's what he was wearing that night so they say their balloon was shot at faulkner several times before the fatal blow and then they say that they forgot to take the tests showing that he had actually shot a gun. But when you shoot a gun is not only on your hands. But it's on your cloudy mummies clothing has disappeared. Some talk about you. Guess you prosecutorial and police misconduct. I'm talking about police. Abuse of a witness of person that they had knocked up right now moving and needs our help to rise up and jamal journal is online brek agenda. Look at that. Information is very pertinent. They dammed the kill mea three times during the time he had potato see and it was treating him for something else and dawn the died but was the power the people who brought them back we need sane power right now to put pressure on the department of corrections and also on. Da crash now who lied and said there was no evidence
A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan
"I always like a book where you learn something and enlist layton's latest. It is a whole vocabulary. Welcome back to published or not lay so thanks for having me janet. Lovely to be here. This vocabulary includes knots. Szucs carribean is monte hitches and belay ropes. What are you doing if you using these. Well you climbing specifically you're doing external climbing outside climbing up clemson things yet map mountain climbing. This has made read straightened very famous. we'll read my Hero of climbing fia. He is a television star. I'm here and his best. Might from school. They always liked to do extreme sports. And they priced videos online of themselves. Doing extreme thing particularly back love to climb the mountains in the world and they got a television series of the back of these videos. They did an exit of grew from there and he became very famous. Least to matt and climb yourself to experience some. I didn't I mean i've i i love. I love the mountains. And i'm. I'm an avid skier and been to a number of very high skiing. Places in the world is mountain climbed myself. I've done some exiling. Which i've i've really enjoyed but not the climbing match but my husband and my son are into rock climbing Actually does rock leng squad. I got along information from him. I you know i had. I had internal sources. The title of your book is climbing. Fia what's wrong. What's read Dots with him trying to climb a vice where he has climbed a lot and he can't and it comes out that six months ago he was in a a deadly accident and where his best friend of our doing a climb for the television shire and things went wrong and his friend died. Rate was injured but he is finding that he just can't climb anymore. That fear overtakes. He has panic attacks. That's one of the. The meanings of the taj mahal is is. The climbing team is sort of more internalized aspects of of the title to wound on. The country is a childhood friend. Reads natalie. She's also tasteful would she may be more internally fearful yet she's had a bit avert tragedy happened to her as well her she was married to a man who was in the army and he got. Ptsd after a couple of tours. I've says he refused to get proper treatment for us and it ended up with him shooting. Natalia and himself she survived but he did not so she says she feels the need to start a new life again and so she returns to the place that she grew up as a child that always comforted her and that she thinks it's going to be a really great place to take her daughter. Chilly in this. This place has bob bob east ethic. Everybody should have a bob in their life. Maybe that's well. Bob was actually in spot a little bit by a few people that i've met in my life one of them specifically actually who was an owner of a horse riding camp. I used to down to win when i was a teenager and there was the place called. Say missed palomino stuff. Actually mentioned in the acknowledgements signed by the raid family. And bob was the matriarch of that family and yet she was just a very special person very warm and loving but strict to to all the kids that went there. My bobby's much more gregarious than Than you know. The the read matriarch for husband. She's says she very much inspired character. But it's also little bits and pieces of other people who have been in my life as well that i just wanted to give a nod to the kind of people who have backed by nerve certain families whether those families are born or might will.
Montgomery County Deputy Shoots, Kills Erratic Driving Suspect
"County police chief Marcus Jones says a man drove the wrong way on Route one awake near Layton's Ville, forcing a car off the road and into a telephone pole. Before crashing head on and was second vehicle. We received multiple 911 calls about this vehicle driving erratically and and the collisions themselves on Lakeville on Lee Road where the vehicles crashed. Police say the man emerged from his car swinging a piece of wood. Montgomery County Sheriff Darren Popkin says a deputy and route to work confronted the man first with his electronic stun gun. But it did not stop the individual. Hey, kept swinging the large piece of wood at the deputy as he was backing up. Sheriff Popkin says The deputy then fired his service weapon, killing the man. Hopkins says the deputy was traded at the hospital. None of the other drivers or passengers required hospitalization in Gaithersburg, Dick Uliano w T o P. News.
Dog Threads Designer Chases Coordinated Outfits
"My name is gina. Davis i am the co founder and ceo a dog threads. We are based in minneapolis minnesota. We were last featured on episode seven hundred and We design dot clothing in matching outfits or bloom pups. My husband and i started it as a side. Hustle can have just a passion project for our cup comments in two thousand fourteen. We couldn't find any clothing that we thought matched human like personality. We wanted him to dress. More human like like scotts wardrobe and i was designing women's clothing at the time so we decided to just create a couple designs for him ourselves and people would stop us everywhere we went and ask where we got them and long story short. We decided to start. You know just the side business doing it on Layton weekends together and it was right when instagram started to take off and apparently we weren't the only ones looking for quality threads for their dogs so People started asking for it. We couldn't keep it in stock and In two thousand seventeen. I decided to leave my full time job. To focus on the business. We also launched matching outfits for men women and kids around that time which has done incredibly wellness. Actually the the majority of our business at this point last time we were on the show at believe we were doing around two hundred fifty thousand dollars. In sales we are continuing to grow our direct to consumer market. We also partner with different wholesale accounts retailers but our main focus is definitely d to see sense. Our episode with you guys. We actually were on shark tank season. Eleven about a year ago and we've almost doubled our sales Since being on the podcast with you guys so just really focusing on growing the business and Scaling dot fully but also As quickly slow. One chip i have seen since the beginning of working apparel industry. Over fifteen years ago is a lot of people make the mistake when they want to start an apparel business specifically. They tend to copy what they see as popular. Maybe they change it slightly but they see growth in an area and so a can of knockoff. A popular design and that almost never works out successfully might gain some traction. But you're not gonna gain a really dedicated customer. I don't believe in create a brand story that you need to to be successful in an industry like ours where you can't patent apparel design So i think the most important thing is coming up with a design that is unique and authentic to you in a real reason of why you're creating it to fill gap in the market and then staying true to your brand and gray density not just copying. What you see is popular out there. Which is tough to do. Because know there's so much inspiration out there and there's so many credible companies that i think everyone looks around. They're like tempted to go a different direction. Just when they see something that's shiny new awesome But i think just trying to always go back to yourself said his authentic to you and your company and staying true to that is stepping. What's most important in our industry. Thank you so much not really appreciate those updates and it was great for me to be reminded of dog threads. I remember working on that episode long ago and thinking. This is the coolest thing as you heard. They were doing something like two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year when we first had them on the show and now they've doubled it Lots of other improvements as well so it just a couple of comments here. Gina was talking about how a lot of times in the fashion world people just kind of do knockoffs and they look at something. they're like. Oh that's cool and they make something a little bit like that and as you just heard from her like she's like i don't think you can create a brand story which is what you need to be successful in. An industry like the fashion industry right. So a brand story is this narrative customer loyalty that trust that people kind of give overtime or you could say a brand builds up over time. Depending on which perspective you're looking at and that is the real value in a business like doctrines which by the way. Gina pointed out to a separately. The pet industry is pretty much recession. Proof like during the pandemic animal. Adoptions have gone way up already had pets have been spending a lot more time with them so dog threads is well positioned
How to Save Your Marriage
"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate
"layton" Discussed on Uncommon
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"layton" Discussed on Uncommon
"She's like like a fashion model into textiles and stuff but her dress up in a crazy amazing outfit and do amazing face makeup or paint. Yes and you know you expected to be on some runway in germany avangard top dress or whatever but really what she talks about is renewable energy particularly like different types of nuclear and fusion and the high draw at like self so like racing they. She's been doing this thing on. Tiktok which is gone. Viral is in california. They want to shut down. These old old old like japan all but Eighty s era nuclear pal plan which would maintain that they would have to integrate Coal which still exists on their system there electrical system and she credited this campaign about unlike zoli songs and star amazing nuclear. And it's one of those things that a lot of scientific communities prominent simply because my my brother-in-law have really into like electric and recycling and we were just abiding. We're trying to buy this car like a we day yet vying electric. just not. they're like no audible enough. Yes and we always talk about that. We are completely like fifth. Sixth generation nuclear power plants then now building in china fascinating because the next foolproof. Like it's almost like the things. Sonoma was a first generation nuclear plant. And yes it happened. But there's only been two events. Really in the world that has happened. Look for kashima and fukushima was a first gen and comparatively to have any painful die mining like a like the thing that's often missed with renewables is just the sheer amount of land that is required for so the way that my brother explain it to me and we saw this talk about who is really begin. The renewable community is the solar and wind would be like back in the dice. Sonning lock fire moving to co fai. It's mass dense verses. Energy dense certain. A nuclea battery like that yet saw as of a nuclear battery. The things that go in the actual you know system yet will support me for my entire life whereas for like let's say call. You would need an entire house full of called to support. And so that's the biggest thing that he talks to me about..
"layton" Discussed on Uncommon
"What's the most are grade that whole research. Investing in things aren d. or activities that will help the community support itself forever. Law rely on you and this case building something that has the massive making these bits that could have massive potential. I feel that's what i respect about the bill melinda gates foundation. I'd do that really well. So is there anything in particular when it comes to plastic and ocean cleanup that interests. You the most that of that. That young boys well with the ocean. Cleanup yes i think that i i mean for me. It's the idea of probably changing the peach on the ocean from somewhere that things can guard disappear to something. That's vitally essential for our lives. And i think one one thing that really interest me coming into it was scientists. Talk about problems in the ocean and market is talk to people that products i wanna buy and market is a much more convincing people than scientists. And so you got this problem with. We know the facts but the people are protected against them because they know they might buy less product. Money makes the world go round so for me. I guess the the other thing that i loved about dirt and pot of where the name came from is it's just the essential truth. We make all decisions that we make. We do it on account of less And the popularity contest kind of falls out of the question in terms of even formula development. All the way that we run things. It's like we take a scientific approach to what we really believe he's less harmful and then we try and tell customers take them on that journey of why those decisions were made and what junctions they will remain at so even things like using recycled plastic. You now packaging. We're trying to work it into right now. We can't get the reuse to be sustainable with the recycled pack with the recycled plastic. At the same time. So that choices you have a pack that can go time and time and time again. We have impact that might go once twice and full lova because it's made out of a lower quality plastic. These are the kinds of decisions that we just bring the customer in a fun and interesting way. We try to at least Kate them engage with this journey. And this is what we're trying to figure out and we find this interesting for that kind of thing. I mean a lot of people got kink going. You'll get all the sciences literature this stage. I think that whole issue of starting to get businesses that really genuinely believe in doing good to maybe five the voice of companies that are just trying to sell more products If we can be more clever more interesting and more transparent about the actual struggle that exists behind the scenes of trying to do something differently. I it's it's that i'd love to say that the doll shift a little bit. Wet is not such a disparity between the scientific kind of beliefs and community. What consumers nine agree with that point. Like one of my favorite youtube channel nautilus submarine research thing. They've been going down to That huge spice. The mariana trench. And i just find it so fascinating but the best bit is like the eclipse china So they'll have like twenty minutes of clips of them dislike geeking out on whatever but if you watch the video it's boring. so yeah using more marketing techniques. I guess to discover that sort of stuff is is probably the most exciting way interested in tiktok comedy. Report on. Nettie this funny. You mentioned that because there's a common remember. Her name is really cookie..
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"Was the idea behind taskforce when we go on the fine to guy who was at the time the baby's head correspondent for west africa. And we saw. We've got this money and we wanna do some charity. And he's like oh sorry. I thought a really long day. But i mean we just don't need more fat. He ah in west africa said we say time and time again these charities they stop they bring bags of rossi and i bring bags of rice every day into these todd of the world and they do it for ten years fifteen years twenty years and so the whole community comes dependent on these charity when it should be the government's job actually be creating the infrastructure that can support as well then these people they turn sixty they turned seventy retie secretly sloth driving around in wheel drives and they go back harm and in this community which has had a reliance on bags of rasping dropped off these charity and he said this isn't without exception he loved the red cross and unicef and some of those charities really provide that fundamental watt support that the government probably doesn't have the infrastructure to be able to do in the immediate team but i've never been able to get that out of my head and it's why we donate to research not to your charity and itself because there is that problem if you step in and try and take the role that government should be having then giving the government the opportunity to rest on their laurels while the problems getting taken care all that money elsewhere exactly and so for me i think that the idea of what where i sit a charity and where i consider al prophets gar into research and development plastic he's a global problem and the oceans belong to nor one which means it's a failed actually need people that just k- because governments responsible for the ocean. There should be a government of the ship that this not at this stage. And so that pharisees where. I think it's my interesting to make sure like we are committed to clean up auditions and the kind of products that really damage them. A wasteful ideas like laundry jugs. And you even if it's made out of recycled plastic recycled plastic degrades when it gets recycled again. So you can turn into something that solid the next time. That's a little bit less all the next time and by the end of probably frail. Full sokolow's you talking about making plastic bags out of issaquah plassey. We need plastic bags lives. So it's that whole lack. The whole problem of trotta workout pasig has a role. And i think it's got an important and very functional role but the whole dealing with plastic. You know we've over used it with gone to an over convenience society and we haven't figured out mechanisms to kate that same convenience but take out the things that are damaging you who's young boy that's got that he might be in his early twenties. Maybe even like a tiny ocean. Cleanup perjured firing slapped dot. Gov that is fascinating. It's fascinating and do you know what it was really interesting. 'cause my dad's julia and they're who we just donated forty thousand dollars to and he said you know what's interesting about them. It's people that are young enough. That naive enough to believe they can change it. That actually can in hayes for engineering perspective. There's a lot of holes in the idea whereas way say somebody who's willing to work for thousands of holes in this idea to maybe exactly and it doesn't bother me if it's not working right now or if the plan to get it to where he's potentially not generally sound plan appointees somebody's in this time and trying to work out how to pull those mountains of trash out of the ocean and that's with everything to us and track has..
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"That you can run your business and you get much time to actually do good will be all about getting donations which i thought was valid point but also a little bit old school. I think that what who gives a crap kind of pave. The way for was a new type of business that went like out. Number one objective isn't grow cost as much money.
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"It's school of just left this guy that looks like a genius sitting to us signed for lack of barrel of how all time something i call my thoughts as i coal from the place today. Just tell them on just getting some insight on still even firm anyway so there was that hall re moore of trying to do a barth and then i really just went down. I've always when i've had hit points of cross points. I've just tried to speak to as many people as a cat about my problems. And he was really great and he said you've got us put yourself in so deep it will cost you more to lose than it will to succeed and so i said all right. What's the limit of how much i can lose. Before i start to send our life backwards and decided six months without working was what i was gonna do so deed and i had a revenue targeting mind which is still humble joaquin. Six months i can make and twenty thousand a month then. I'm going to do it then. I know it's a idea with legs. It i'm gonna commit to And we did it inside. Three and the difference was only that i was focused on it full time and before that i was just doing it at the end of every day so you felt like probably during that period old you probably working comparative hours. The context reaching didn't apply much stress for you. Yeah yeah and it was. Just you know if you if you blow something up. It will succeed quickly fell quickly nor dribble along at it. You might not even know whether it's exciting. All failing at that time so i just thought that that was great advice because at the end of the day i think any reasons can be successful. It just depends on how long you ways and for us. It was just a balance of how much we're willing to put in before we understood what was going to be successful on profitability and the day that we made a dollar they will like. That was everything i would for in the first two years. What do you think you not freaked out but you wanted. During that period of went back to freelance was the uncertainty. Some it was the onset and decide. Al launch was not particularly. Well planned We sit left the holding side. I'm opt out and got a sale. And then he's older. We just wash since we've already got sale. And he's like we'll send something today outside running around the ring if you have any actual hard product during reggie applies to do it Getting boxes cooling sandal. Trying to work out how. That whole thing wacked. And that's how we launched and so we didn't have like my plan was to work on a big prelaunch and do a big bang all of a sudden. We just accidentally put the product on the internet. And the way we were so. He's all black twenty-five enough as day and then it was like twenty and then it was like seven and then it was getting down to these numbers that i thought fire at a failure. And that's what. I freaked out by because it was. Yeah you know when everybody started sharing it was working really well and then it probably took me the next six months of doing both to realize if you build a beautiful product and put it in a cave. It's kinda fun. We haven't done any marketing and us. It's apprise me that it took me that long to realize that you probably need that. Decide to be channing as well so that was just slowly building up learning things like facebook advertising. We haven't done any of that. We didn't know about it..
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"You tell me. I do the shopping. I love to cook. Just in you know cook- cooking trees wonky thing. That's my shtick. But it. it is really weird. If you look the containers in comparison this oh block and you look at new guy like you really run like if you look at this thing so slim in comparison you can already tell even the thickness of the plastic yet. This so much signed much fat. It's all the things you don't realize until you see the comparison yet. I think it's a hangover from the more is more well so this the other day that was on the front of the time magazine in nineteen seventy or something and it was when polly starring everyone just got the hands on polystyrene and it was at this housewife and her madman advertising looking husband and their little kids and the on a bench and they were all throwing this paulie starring in the airlock huge amounts of it and it was like the future of conveyances and this is like the title of time magazine and you just thought ship. How fast like that whole idea weakness throw out. What have we want. Just guys with an continued right up into the nineties and then it was just hope that she or going somewhere jeeves. You've seen madman okay. Do you remember the episode. Where they're at a park and they're having like a family picnic and the main guys is having a b and drinking waiting whatever and there's this whole this and it's like that was like okay then. It's like you fan during the process of working out this idea of the dut this. Id when you're in the super yachts and people were just dump rubbish. yeah Was crazy. And i remember similar thing because we went to turkey in sort of three dozen twelve or thirteen so this is just the law came in and i remember thinking like we sold people dumping rubbish. Yeah am because my dad's business is he's whole business. I think is like one hundred percent as a printer a grain so like everything is recycled from pipe. To to whatever the whole roof is covered in sowa. So it's like the closed loop system and that's how they've been able to maintain a competitive advantage because you know a qantas or someone will come to them for print job and i can say well. It's hump is under percents. Carbon neutral and He was just like he's always been finicky about recycling goods from the cap is the passive. Like we'd have the three bins rot the veggie recycling normal but we also had like a specialized pipe been as he would bring it into work and put it in pot of and stuff like that just had them a really interesting different ad. Figo's to show you. We do this ad recently for a social media advertising so we credit a bunch of different types of creative different demographics.
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"Whole period united sea land and think there are some key principles lessons that stand with you today and how you operate the business. Shaw i mean agency. I would really recommend it as a training ground for anybody who wants to go into business because the whole learning how to understand consumers it takes a minute and then learning how to understand. Competitiveness takes a minute as well and then obviously there's such a high creative energy that surrounds in agency land like problem solving. Is everybody's jam. It doesn't matter if you're creative aura. Suit or a strategist or you know. Everybody loved a big problem and so they're all kind of like the working principles that i. I'm really glad we took of but apart from that like especially as i got more senior in my role speaking with marketing people and understanding that problem you know mocking often the first department that will understand that there is a problem that and you know what will happen is osama. We'll try and feet frail four times in that can change very same is until somebody will. Maybe there might be a product problem all all the rest of it but so the same is being on the front line of as big problems. Some of them were Problems related to. I can't understand my costumer because my distributor halts their relationship with the customer is really tightly and they sell my products so i just have to swallow whatever the distributed. He's telling me today and so that was like a check you know we need to make sure that we can understand our customers where we have it and then another thing that was really emerging in probably early. Two thousand. Ten's was to have purpose so we go to these workshops where we would try and find a company's purpose and like the fact is if you don't have a peppis other than to make money you don't have a purpose and kind of the vale was on that and consumers went swallowing like know my insurance companies peppis to make me feel whatever you know they..
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"I just taken to bang a family as well. It's like it doesn't matter in what sitting he grow up in but to give kids that feeling of security on you can do whatever you one that is an amazing platform to start your life for them. And i think what. That's probably the one lesson that i took out g think that you had that because your parents worked hard like i noted that from my parents flickers having this discussion with some of the other day like you really didn't have a lot of options. Do you know what i mean. Yeah like a pretty sure. Dad wanted to be a mechanic that he was one of the he just didn't want to be printed but he didn't want to be that he wanted to be a builder actually and he has always loved property and houses and he he just couldn't find a job because of the time day it was like a real downtown property and the only thing he could do was fun a job with There's a printing. Yeah yeah i mean. Yeah i guess. There was an element of sacrifice that my parents made also an element of working together. I think made them enjoy. You know they got the pros and the cons within the sacrifices well so i mean hardware. He's runs in the family. But we're all really into doing stuff. So i can't feature a world where we all sat around for a weekend and how times that's a common thing along with most but we interviews that becomes potty personality shaw like for me. I didn't think of it intuitively but know the. My parents worked really hard because like his dad. Not like this is different. Other parents And then over time you know you go into their work will see something like that. It's onto your like nearly thirty that you realize okay. That's what you know you start doing. The things that i do the same habits and like you understand what your friends doing incapacity and you realize that is that these different. Yeah and it does set you up while i think On germany on new. So how'd he campbell. Grandma there was some sort of. It's so funny when you like search people's names of what comes grammarians. Like the same thing. My brother and i went to broaden grandma because he got a scholarship rats and so that was the main reason i went and they always post about like they tag onto the old grammarians and hal celie. The mayor celine salary cap was like the had some video link dan. H- talking about the or undergrad bachelor of arts marketing and a dozen ten think you went from uni straight to hamburg thing. Come about as following my heart. Yeah so. I did my year of essays my gap ya and kinda fell in love with being not in melbourne And that was. When i did the supermarkets and that chapter of my life and then came back i had four years of any planned ahead of me in a very science heavy degree and and i said i've just got to get through union as fast as possible. So that's what i call the union said. What can i do really fast. I need a degree..
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"The day but i mean i loved it it was exploring the oceans and then you know with the Data woke avila's beautiful. Blue pools of staff should cucumbers. Ec squared all estimates of it. So they might really. I so did you. So it sounds like you not not so much. The beach was part of the process. But it sounds like because i have this thing with playing soccer during winter in melbourne was always really wet and brian and you get numb hen. So the best part of it was actually coming home and having like a warm. Yeah the points the ocean day because there is saying about coldness of like i really like like how women hof is is huge area. So yeah i feel like there was something that we didn't realize the kids that we did from that cold and it was nice and refreshing and then you get to the show and she god fest the shower. That was a big deal because we also had limited hot water shock. I had to get in i. And if you're fourth elle's just no way you will get a warm day. What did you think you're going to be when your kid. I'm pretty sure. I was going to be dolphin. China actually pretty shaw right up until i was maybe fief day. No sorry and that's when i learned about in captivity and that was like the realization that the animals went beyond really knocked out the idea of that profession for me when do was there a dull coup or something that the car was probably really rot. Arpan for me. I don't know if you ever saw the car about the kill wiles. Japan is saw that was bluefin. Bluefish bekasi bluefish blackfish slack. Fish may be. yeah that was the killer. Whales card was about the dolphin fishing in japan And you know how they sold the dolphins off to captivity and all the rest of it. But no i think that was just my own research. I was really serious about being dolphin. Try not just always loved. The ocean always left olefins and just thought that is the best profession. I could possibly think of getting in the water every day playing with dolphins who want to bay there and then it was when i found out that they probably didn't wanna be there that that was a real alum spanner in the works for that plan. We've always that lock is in. Did you think okay. I'm looking to have anything to do with dolphins at all then went onto decide. I was going to be a marine biologist instead. Yeah having a similar a belief. And then i feel like i was like sixteen seventeen and then i realized that your options were yet to go to tassie to study. The i've done if there was a course here in melbourne. I'm probably wasn't as smart as maybe not smart but like i wasn't performing well at schools what you probably needed to. Yeah that all side that you become a what lab like the profession itself is what lab that for me was marine. Biology fell down. I was like no. But i just want to dolphins so. They're not gonna pay me to do that after the science as well. Then i love the idea of marine biology and all that stuff but it is really racist signs..
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"Guess this week. Frankie lights and fans of the dirt company recent mother. I hear yes. I am a big fan of data. Rum's by like i sort of seventeen eighteen. I remember we had this period. Probably like nineteen. She just started doing com design at swinburne and choose cyst data. Roms absolutely says like we'd be the top of people who'd go there was some sort of exhibition on and like obsess over. He's righty or designing when you really stop you get these guys. These guys like god knows it like he know that a lot of that stuff would opinionated in that field of design eventually. It's just that he was the guy that came up. Yes well. I actually found out. Recently that he wasn't the original less that was actually an octave williams. Someone who. I can't remember full well. I felt absolutely jaded. He do the tim principles. That i thought were pretty amazing. Pretty joni oz is like really inspired by that guy. Yeah it makes sense when you look at like maqbool priors from that two thousand year look like a data rum's product which is understood. Why like that sort of design didn't continue like when it came to design. There was a really shocking period in the eighties. On the more is more pride you had the. Moore's more pressure that actually. That's what that i we pull squeeze this book. It off is. Simplicity is like everything in its design. Advertising marketing. Whatever lauren and i've always had done. Coleman is like when her parents maybe that's a generational thing. Yes well like i find. My parents are probably the most. But they're definitely the nor to flambeau. Let's take a walk so they've got like the mama who dad's really into Frank lloyd wright. Yeah yeah they just gonna have to was designed in. That he's stalled did like really he really likes that. Sort of That stolid sign. But he's pretty cool. I mean i think a lot of what's come from. Architecture is like they seem to get like thirty for the rest of us to design. Friends go for architecture. Do you watch any of those sort of like unless reviewed big youtube ten but like the architectural digest sort of shows. a huge. I am partial to that sort of stuff. I love grand designs but and it's actually the building pot of that really fascinates me like just how it's put together the story of it let the trawls and sometimes as people have these ideas and you just kind of work. Sometimes they do. Sometimes they died following that kind of january a we Official grand designs or there was a story that was so. There's a show like grand designs but it was only full period like to be referred in the uk. They come some sort of law way could not knock it down and had to be built certainly some heritage and man that that was a real showed like because in a lot of the cases people just had like real life problems like one of the people one of the partners like pasta way. I'll go like cancer and by during the process. Not fucking was a dream harm. Yes yes so that. The daddies pod this life and those sorts of shows. We're really good like that. That's true speaking of life. You've rid of the ocean baby at earliest memory of going to the beach to be honest. It's probably being call. We went to the beach a lot at wilson's from when we were growing up Pretty chilly dennis. I say at least memories probably like those days of walking along the beach in the phrasing call scott up around the rocks and just being ice cold at the end of.
Dallas Cowboys LB Leighton Vander Esch Out With Collarbone Injury
"A couple of housekeeping items with the cowboys because everything they do is such a big deal. They lost their tight end blake jar win they're thinking possibly could be a torn ACL Layton. Vander s you hadn't played since week ten of last season has got a fractured collarbone and offensive tackle Cameron erving left with a left knee injury and they lost the game to the rams other than that everything's fine. Everything's fine. Long trip to Texas.
"Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery Siamese host kit, chrome you don't I really enjoy getting the emails about various podcasts I. Do ask you questions about my research or where I got an idea. Just a few months ago actually I did a podcast on the term gas lighting. Now, this might be a term you heard referring to a specific politician or maybe even to an individual connected to mass media. The term gas lighting comes from a nineteen thirty, eight play gas light and his film adaptation gas lighting can occur in personal or professional relationships and victims are targeted at the core of their being their sense of identity and self worth. Manipulative people who engage in gas lighting do so to attain power over their victims unit because they simply derive warped enjoyment from the APP or because they wish to emotionally physically or financially control. Psychologists agree on the following traits use by gas lighters. They told Layton BLIGH's they're setting up a precedence once they tell you a lie. You're not sure if anything they say is true they want to put you in an unsteady place when confronted with something they said Golden I having said it hoping to put you in a place of wondering if you heard right questioning yourself, they keep at you gradually with lies in overtime they. Will intensify their tactics. Have you heard the expression action speaks louder than words, gas lighters words rarely matched their actions to further add to their victims confusion they will cut them down one day. Then praise them the next the gaslight were will continue manipulating. They will use words like I heard, or they said to backup false statements creating a false narrative backed up by imaginary people. Gas sliders are fond of saying that everyone else is Aligarh. Psychologists say that those who use gas lighting tactics probably been doing so most of their lives and have a personality disorder, a slider is a person with a problem and for whatever reason, you become a target to step out of the gas lighter trap start by counting the lies and denials. In the nineteen forty four movie dial M for murder. The plot is gas lighting at its best most gas lighting occurs in one to two situations between boss and an employee or perhaps we tune to competitive employees or in a personal family relationship. But there's another kind of gas lighting that occurs every four years in a few times in between that is more subtle and it seems to me the gas lighting tactics are more present than ever during this election year to every campaign promise for political premise. Ask yourself this that true or could that really happen. If the premise of the campaign doesn't ring true. You might want to examine who you're going to vote for and as always don't believe everything you think.
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings For Parts Of Washington, DC Area
"Severe thunderstorms popping up in central Maryland. Let's go to storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter News era. It is an isolated thunderstorm, but it is a severe is produced some wind damage near the city of Frederick a short time ago. The latest severe thunderstorm warnings in effect has been extended southeastward from the city of Frederick, affecting northwestern Howard County, South Central Carroll County. In North Central Montgomery County and the rest of southeastern Frederick County stated until 6 15. Now there's AH, one area particular of concern very close to Newmarket and Green Valley. Parts of Maryland route 75 there where there might be inch diameter Hail falling right now on some of those locations, a cz Wella some 60 mile per hour wind gust, causing some tree damage in that area. But as for the city of Frederick itself, it looks like there's just some light showers and some lightning left over. Right now from the storm areas that are affected by the extended severe thunderstorm. Warning include Damascus in Clarksburg are Bana Woodfield. Layton's Ville Sunshine extends down to Montgomery Village basically kind of parallels Georgia Avenue route 97 up into parts of South Central Carroll County near the Sykesville area, just to the north north of a brook, Phil, and only again, this warning continues until 6 15 as the storm continues to move to the Southeast. And about 20 MPH. So if you're in those areas that I just mentioned to be ready, you'll probably be getting this severe thunderstorm in the next 15 to 20 minutes. There's some non severe thunderstorms. Heavy showers in parts of extreme northern Loudon County right now, not much else happening in the district for the time being or in the rest of Maryland. But we'll keep an eye on things as it continues to be a very warm and very humid day. Again. Not that severe thunderstorm warning continues until 6 15 will have the full storm team for 40 forecast coming up the next weather on the eight Sarah.
How Do Betta Fish Work?
"Hey Brain Steph Lauren Vulva bomb here. With their striking bold colors and flashy fins. Fish are one of the more popular types of fish sold for home aquariums. Perhaps because unfortunately there are a number of misconceptions about these creatures. The truth is that they're not as hardy and easy to care for as many believe Beta fish, sometimes called fighting fish are tropical fish native to Southeast Asia Wild. Betas typically live in rice paddies and other shallow stagnant bodies of water because these wetlands. Wetlands routinely shrink during the dry season. Betas hop from puddle to Puddle, trying to find a reasonably deep pool where they can hang out until the rains return due to these conditions, Betas developed what's known as a labyrinth organ that gives them the ability to obtain some oxygen from the air as well as the water. The sub order that includes Betas are sometimes called Labyrinth fish or Jeremy. Betas got the nickname fighting fish due to their territorial nature during the eighteen hundreds. Perhaps especially in what's now Thailand, the fish were bred for this purpose and fights were forced for entertainment. Betas were first introduced to the United States in the twentieth. Century, wild, Betas generally have small fins in our dull, green or Brown in color, but today's pet Betas have been bred to be quite colorful with elaborate fans with proper care, a pet beta. Beta can live for two to four years, but before you buy one, make sure you're aware of these five common fish tails about the the Beta fish. Perhaps the most widespread myth about Betas is that they can live in small bowls. The opposite is true Beta, fish need a tank that's at least five gallons about twenty leaders and ten gallons, or about forty leaders is better. The origin behind this persistent myth is uncertain but May. May come from the fact that Betas are often sold in small containers, and because they have some ability to breathe out of the water, but this can be stressed if they're housed in close quarters, especially if they share space with fish, perceived as rivals, small tanks being, there's nowhere to hide even when house alone or with fish that they get along with. They still need hideouts to escape to, but while the tank should be spacious. SPACIOUS, it shouldn't be too deep as Betas are more comfortable, swimming back and forth not up and down. We spoke via email with Matt. Layton a longtime Beta fish owner and editor of Vivo Fish who explained that Betas should be kept in tanks, no deeper than twelve inches or thirty centimeters, noting that their fins aren't that powerful. He said if it's too deep, the Beta may not be able to get up to the surfaces easily. Easily. It's heartbreaking to see a Beta struggling climb and then be pulled down to the bottom by his tail. Another myth is that Beta aquariums don't need a water heater or filter, but Betas are tropical fish that need to be kept in water, ranging from seventy six to eighty one degrees. Fahrenheit, that's twenty four to twenty seven, Celsius unless you're home never veers hotter or colder. You'll need that heater. A water filter is important to even. Even though wild Betas live in murky puddles without a filter, the fishes excrement and eaten food can make the water toxic, though be short purchase filter with a gentle flow as Betas. Delicate fins do better in calm water in addition that their fins could be damaged by the section in higher flow filters. Meanwhile, it's actually true that Betas don't mind being alone, and they tend to have issues with other fish, if male Betas are placed. Placed together or placed with other fish that have bright colors and large fins. Their natural territorialism often prompts them to fight. However they can definitely live with other aquatic creatures, such as ghosts, shrimp snails and African Dwarf frogs they can also live with other species of fish, but they do best with bottom dwellers was small fins. They're less likely to fight over territory like the coolie loach, female Betas can often live harmoniously together given adequate. Adequate space, which means at least five gallons or twenty liters per fish, but always introduce new fish slowly and monitor them guides. Online can help you acclimate your existing fish to the idea of new tank. Mate tricks like rearranging hiding spots in feeding your current fish before adding a new one can help, but you should always watch them carefully for a few days and be prepared to move an aggressor to another tank or another home. Another misconception is the Betas can live off of plant roots alone while Beta. Fish are often sold in small vases with the plant. Betas are carnivores, not herbivores in the wild they chow down on insects and Larva, so feed your pets, fish pellets or flakes specially crafted for Betas you can supplement with high protein treats such as blood worms and brine shrimp, but remember that fish can become overweight just like any pet, so feed in moderation, ideally only as much food as the fish can eat within three to five minutes finally. Don't expect a Beta. Beta to be layabout. Many people observe Betas and pet stores where they're often kept in small containers, hinder their activity, and many owners erroneously keep their efficient unheeded water, which makes them lethargic, but Layton says that Beta fish are playful in the proper setting. He said I've seen them. Push Moss balls around dance around their tank display their tails, and generally be quite active. Betas are inquisitive, and will interact with plants, toys, and structures, floating or sinking. Just make sure they're fish safe and don't have any sharp edges. That could hurt those beautiful fins.
How climate change influences immigration to the U.S.
"Poverty and violence in central. America are are major factors driving migration to the United States. But there's another force that's often overlooked. Climate Change Retired Lieutenant Commander Oliver Layton Barrett. It is with the Center for Climate Insecurity. He says in Guatemala Honduras El Salvador Crime and poor. Economic conditions have long lead to instability. And when you combine that. With protracted drought is just a stressor that makes everything worse he says with crops. Failing many people have fled their homes. These folks are leaving not because they're opportunists because they are in survival mode you have people that are legitimate refugees so Barrett supports allocating foreign aid to programs that help people in drought ridden areas adapt to climate change their nonprofits that are operating in those countries that have great ideas in terms forms of teaching farmers to use the land better to harvest water better to use different variety of crops. That are more resilient to drought conditions. And those are the kinds of programs. I think are needed. So we says the best way to reduce the number of climate change migrants is to help people thrive in their home countries
"layton" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"The dog Monica Layton president a professional pet sitting and Monica what an exciting pet of the week we have because I am the costume queen I have my dogs all dressed up all the time but at Halloween we're really pull all this stuff so can you give us some great Halloween costume temps absolutely it is such a great and fun time of the year I I have to tell you what seem are pets and family ten to coincide and do what group costume each year and it's like that talk of our family for months and last year we did at the Ghostbusters theme and we had you know the three Ghostbusters marshmallow man and Slimer and it was a huge hit that slightly overweight white poodle how to be the marshmallow man in that crazy little York he had to be Slimer an a a just worked out fantastically but it's so fun it's a great thing for family it just really really celebrate the season so a couple tips when you're thinking about what you're going to DO one you want costumes that fit your pets make sure that they are size correctly that they're not going to be tripping on additional fabric and make sure it's a very easy to get on and off and they'll pro is phenomenal make sure that it's not to snog on the arm areas the legs the knack making sure that you know that that is really good and let them walk around and it prior to when you're going to go out to make sure that it's comfortable that it's not going to slide you know just making sure that your pets come for is the number one you know item that's you know checked off your list another thing is depending on what events are going to be doing you know make sure that you know if your pet is one that doesn't like to be out in the crowd olds or you know was fearful of say sounds and things of that nature then maybe it's not a good fit for them to go out to some of the wonderful costume parades or trick or treating things of that nature may be putting up a baby gate at home a little bit away from the front door so you know that way when you have trigger traders come to the front door you can safely open and close the door without the picketing out but then you know you have the Q. pet there greeting them from a distance with their adorable costume and safe and happy in their own home where they are comfortable another thing is if you are going to trick or treat at night especially with your family make sure that you are safe and you can be seen easily you know having some kind of reflected piece on your costume having a little he knows drubbing caller tags something to wear your scene a very easily I always tell people to be cautious especially with a longer leashes are extended leashes you know this stark outside and the house eight a distance on the least they can go they are not we seen by cars you may be seen but the leash and the dog you know may not be I am so always being cautious that people can see you and that you know are safe in that manner and really just having fun if the pets comfortable you're comfortable you know everything is you know kind of falls in place and it's very enjoyable but you know just go with your pet's comfort level if they seem anxious if they don't want the outfit on it they don't want to participate don't force it let it come naturally because then it's going to become a bad experience it's not going to you it's not going to work they have to they have to enjoy it has to be easy on them one thing that I always say if anyone so they can have always dressed as no masks yeah it's eight masks and no mass and if your Pat may be like my coco was kind of a nudist a little bit and then I have to work so thank you so very much thank you have a great week hello everyone miss Solomon so via the doggie deep I wanna thank you for your amazing response to their special book miss all of finds her forever home and they want to let you know that miss all of fines or forever home is now available and the hard cover and soft cover and that's at Amazon dot com as missile of says what you eat thank you everyone coming.
"layton" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"The dog Monica Layton president a professional pet sitting and Monica what an exciting pet of the week we have because I am the costume queen I have my dogs all dressed up all the time but at Halloween we're really pull all the stops out can you give us some great hollowing custom tent absolutely it is such a great and fun time of the year I if I have to tell you what theme are pets and family ten to coincide and do what group costume each year and it's like that talk of our family for months and last year we did at the Ghostbusters theme and we had you know the three Ghostbusters marshmallow man and Slimer and it was a huge hit that slightly overweight white poodle how to be the marshmallow man in that crazy little York he had to be Slimer and a a just worked out fantastically but it's so fun it's a great thing for family it just really really celebrate the season so a couple tips when you're thinking about what you're going to DO one you want costumes that fit your pets make sure that they are size correctly that they're not going to be tripping on additional fabric and make sure it's very easy to get on and off and they'll pro is phenomenal make sure that it's not to snog on the arm areas the legs the knack making sure that you know that that is really good and let them walk around and it prior to when you're going to go out to make sure that it's comfortable that it's not going to slide you know just making sure that your pets come for is the number one you know item that's you know checked off your list another thing is depending on what events are going to be doing you know make sure that you know if your pet is one that doesn't like to be out in the crowd olds or you know is fear full of sounds and things of that nature then maybe it's not a good fit for them to go out to some of the wonderful costume parades or trick or treating things of that nature may be putting up a baby gate at home a little bit away from the front door so you know that way when you have trigger traders come to the front door you can safely open and close the door without the picketing out but then you know you have the Q. pet there greeting them from a distance with their adorable costume and safe and happy in their own home where they are comfortable another thing is if you are going to trick or treat at night especially with your family make sure that your seat and you can be seen easily you know having some kind of reflected piece on your costume having a little he knows strobing caller tags something to wear your scene a very easily I always tell people to be cautious especially with a longer leashes are extended leashes you know this stark outside and the house eight a distance on the least they can go they are not we seen by cars you may be seen but the leash and the dog you know may not be I am so always being cautious that people can see you and that you know are safe in that manner and really just having fun if the pets comfortable you're comfortable you know everything is you know kind of falls in place and it's very enjoyable but you know just go with your pet's comfort level if they seem anxious if they don't want the outfit on it they don't want to participate don't force it let it come naturally because then it's going to become a bad experience it's not going to you it's not going to work they have to they have to enjoy it has to be easy on them one thing that I always say if anyone says you can have all says no masks yeah it's eight masks and no mass and if your Pat may be like my coco was kind of a nudist a little bit and then I have to work so it's thank you so very much thank you have a great week hello everyone miss Solomon so via the doggie deep I wanna thank you for your amazing response to their special book miss all of finds her forever home and they want to let you know that miss all of fines or forever home is now available in both hard cover and soft cover and that's at Amazon dot com as missile of says what you eat thank you everyone coming.
"layton" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Shows Monica Layton president professional pet sitting with our pet of the week a Monica summer is here and is. outside could you give us some summer safety heat up precautions for our pets absolutely so yes it is hot and some of our certain breeds have more difficulties during this time of the year as well simply because of their airway issues you have some smaller breeds that tend to have you know the smaller trachea as you have your bronchial phallic breeds like your pugs and your **** Susan your Persian cats that kind of have the cute adorable smile she faces sometimes I can make it harder for the heat too you know escape them to get through the air waves that makes them more susceptible for over heating for heat exhaustion and heat stroke so just a couple things be aware that not only this machine face breed that we talked about but geriatric pets even if it's a breed that would not normally have an issue geriatric breeds have been linked to having more issues with heat stroke to be very very cautious with our older guys try to walk not at peak times of the day you know have your longer walks be in the morning or closer to sundown in the evening to where it's not in the heat of the day make sure you always have water with you watch the cement cement in pain think it's so hot in on their pads and pies making it as severe severe burn from hot cement so always tested if you go out to the road ever road you're gonna be walking on the way they always recommend testing it is to go ahead and put your hands hold it there for at least five seconds of your hand is too hot then the pond should not be on that cement say you know go out to the road but your hand on there and hold it like I said without full five seconds and if you're getting hot then that's really going to affect your dog supplies another thing is knowing signs. of heat exhaustion so that way if you are starting to see these signs you can get them and get them cool down or get them to their veterinarian immediately so some of the signs of heat exhaustion it says a panting vomiting loose stool discolored guns you can actually get you can see in their nose and some of the lighter colored breeds and they're gone so get blue or a very very very bright red as they get you know hot that you can see that they get more read these pads will start being lethargic you'll get excessive drooling and kind of like a lack of coordination and if you're seeing those signs you need to get to your vat immediately you have to be extremely cautious because when you have heatstroke pets you have to slowly cool them down you wanna immediately give them water but you do not want to give a huge amount because they can if they taking too much at one time that can actually make them vomit and become even more dehydrated so you definitely want to seek veterinary care don't just try to bring your pet homocore down yourself definitely rush to the veterinarian because when they over he and that internal temperature for your pet goes up to a level that's causing issues it's a very time sensitive issue and you get into organ failure you get into more severe cases if it's not treated immediately so that's definitely something that you don't want to kind of wait and see it's get them to that right away but I guess said cooling vast they have these really cool cooling best that you can get for your pets when you're walking to keep them cool you can you know change up your team things of that nature the anything to where you're not doing an excessive amount of activity in the hot summer and watch your dogs for signs of overheating and that will really make it safe for them to be out during that time of the year well thank you that's so helpful because we don't want to spend as much time as we can with our pets but if we're spending it outdoors and. he we have to make sure that we put their priorities kind of like a head of ours for that so I thank you so much for this information thanks Monica thank you have a great week hello everyone miss Solomon so via the doggie deep I wanna thank you for your amazing response to their special book miss all of finds her forever home and they want to let you know that miss all of fines or forever home is now available in both hard cover and soft cover and that's at.
NFL star suspended 4 games for using fertility drug
"The giants have a disaster going on at their wide receiver position a few days into training camp they're starting receivers it looks like right now we're Darius Layton and Bennie Fowler after sterling Shepard broke his thumb after Corey Coleman towards ACL is out for the year and golden Tate suspended for four games or so we think coming by the NFL but it is on appeal Joe do you think this suspension for performance enhancing drugs is going to stick or or you are you buying a golden Tate's excuse here which will get into in a second about fertility drugs yeah no I actually buy his excuse Erin he released a statement earlier this morning saying that in in April of this year during the off season he was seeing a specialist for fertility fertility planning and he started treatment was prescribed by the doctor and he found out there was something in this prescription that was against the NFL's policy so in the event go straight to the to the statement I immediately discontinued years I reported the situation to the independent administrator of NFL policy on performance enhancing substances I spoke with my coaches and general manager I did all of this well before a failed test was even confirmed per NFL protocol in initial suspension was imminent but myself the giants organization a confident in the fact look he's got a contingency here he's told people if if what he's saying is true I can't see why they would uphold the suspension because it could be an honest mistake coming from a couple that was looking to have a kid right Sir so rules are rules right Joe and in my and the way the NFL now I have no idea how they approach to discipline on other kinds of issues right and I'm sure there are plenty of people out there looking at wide receivers and saying how is Tyree kill not suspended at all but golden Tate is going to be suspended for four games but I I on their drug rules the NFL usually is pretty firm on their stuff like this is a list of what you can't take it is your body it is your job and your millions of dollars that are on the line and if you put anything in your body whether it's aspirin whether it's a supplement whether it's something that you eat it is your responsibility to manage it and to make sure that nothing on this banned substance list enter your body and if it does and you fail a test you are going to be suspended should there be some gray area there because I think the NFL in the past has looked at this very black and white and said that it's the players responsibility it and ignorance is not a defense when you're getting suspended for beating case well here's the thing air he is taking responsibility once he found out what he was putting in his body he immediately stopped at any let everybody know this is not one of these I got surprised by the results situation which we already had this week with the Tennessee Titans and Taylor the one who took a polygraph any came back clear but again that's a different situation where you've been taking this knowing full well that there that that it could pop up eventually this is him taking the responsibility okay anybody want to that once retiree kill and this situation I mean could you be more disingenuous I'm not saying you're doing this but the people who want to bring up Tyree kill there are other examples about the NFL's random wheel of fortune punishment we'll that they they they they like to use this is not it you're looking in the wrong direction this is an honest mistake I'm gonna take his word for it it's not a Manny Ramirez situation from ten years ago when he was taken horse fertility pills okay this is something that is an honest mistake that most people can
How Do Animals Get Their Scientific Names?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles every purchase every day and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeem your miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet? Credit approval required capital one bank U._S._A.. An a welcome to brain stuff but production of iheartradio brain Steph Lorraine Vogel bomb here and I'm here today to tell you that an oddball catfish species I spotted in one thousand nine hundred eight in Brazil at last has a name and it is Grio. Yes as in the Rhodesian Bounty Hunter Star Wars more formerly the catfish at fish who's bug-eyed stare and Droopy Chin like extension really do bring to mind Guido will henceforth be known as Peck Alenia greeted by that final is sound in Latin is a possessive so it means something like grotto's fish one Dr Jonathan armbruster professor professor and curator officials at Auburn University and Longtime Star Wars Fan created the name while studying the fish in two thousand fifteen. It's about one of forty species of fish. He's named date by tradition. Whoever discovers a new species gets to name it discovers covers doesn't necessarily mean fines though armbruster explained discoveries a weird term? I discovered Pedo I in a jar but others actually discovered it in nature. They just didn't have everything they needed to describe it. Armbruster did describe it he. He discovered the nature of the species. The new part of new species is weird to in this context armbruster explains a new species is one that is newly described named of course it existed before scientists got involved describing describing a new species is a science in itself in taxonomy which is the scientific discipline of classifying living things scientists examined physical genetic behavioral. 'em ecological traits to logically scituate species within the biosphere taxonomy is a big deal it reveals how a new species fits into are known world and provides a universal language to describe study it taxonomy lays out the components of biodiversity and thus the tools to preserve it it offers scientists engineers and inventors their best chance at understanding were standing the incredible capabilities that the natural world and explaining it to the rest of US naming is part of taxonomy. A name often reflects a distinctive characteristic like the name Tattoo Rita Brazilian ncis for bat discovered that lives in Brazil. Oh there's a lot of leeway in naming though and scientists often get creative like p Guido I for a fish that looks like Guido or my oldest might attack this for a bat with golden for after mythologies golden touched King Midas. This approach can sometimes be problematic though we spoke with Dr Ricardo More telly biologist with the Waldo crews foundation who named the Golden Bat he explained a characteristic that we I think is you need to that species. Maybe revealed as shared with others or even variable. Able within the species for instance the aforementioned t Brazilian says was later found to live throughout north and South America resulting in sub-species like T- Brazilian says Mexicana or the Mexican Brazilian F- Retail Bat other names <music> honor colleagues immortalized family members or less common but more compelling exact revenge scientists Carlin is who in these seventeen hundreds founded the taxonomy and nomenclature systems still used in biology today named an entire genus of Rican weeds <music> secust Becca after one Johan seek us back a botanist who had endlessly criticized his work. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature needs to approve names but the organization is Pretty Open minded it approved sid vicious aside and Johnny Rotten. I four two species extinct trial bite named by taxonomic whose friend loved the sex pistols it also gave the nod to Agatha Idiom Bush. I A Cheney I and a Rumsfeld I four three species beetle title. The Republican taxonomic actually entered is a good thing it also approved ampule X. Demento for wasp that turns cockroaches zombies before eating them the behavior apparently recalled Harry Potter's spirit sucking adversaries that last one was chosen in a vote by visitors to Berlin Museum of Natural History. Some scientists are giving away. They're naming rights to educate engage and fund research and Conservation Merlin's museum patrons learned about the new wasp and taxonomy and it's critical role in conservation. Asian as part of the voting the scripts institution for oceanography cells naming rights for five thousand two twenty five thousand per species with the proceeds porting institutions work and that's a bargain at a two thousand five auction the online Golden Palace Casino L. paid sixty five thousand dollars the rights to name a species of monkey supporting the National Park in Bolivia where the new monkey was discovered. This commercialization makes some in the field uncomfortable with money in the mix. There's concern about biased. taxonomy armbruster said it has the possibility of getting out of hand. Buying a name is a good thing as long as it is four species we have already identified as new. We need more money for taxonomy. Finding creative ways to fund the science is a good thing by the way a Golden Palace named the Monkey Cassius our pilot. Why are we piloting meaning Golden Palace and Latin the Casino wanted dot com in there too but it couldn't be Latin sized? Today's episode was written by Julia Layton and produced by Tyler Clang. Breen stuff is the production of iheartradio's house stuff works for more in this and lots of other well categorized topics visit our home planet house networks dot Com and more podcast from iheartradio iheartradio APP apple podcasts. I listened to your favorite shows would not rob.
8 injured after utility explosion at Nevada college
"Story classes were canceled at the university of Nevada Reno after utilities explosion blew out windows and because the partial collapse of the dormitory buildings Reno fire operations chief teams Layton says eight people received minor injuries explosion in the basement of the building while we were there to investigating it it was a large explosion that a large portion of the
Utilities explosion damages dorm at University of Nevada, Reno
"Some students say it felt like an earthquake hit the campus of the university of Nevada Reno this afternoon the explosion in a dorm building rattled students is being called a utilities incident Reno fire department spokesperson Steve Layton says eight people had minor injuries and at least two of the university's building suffered significant
A brawl for the climate change vote
"A year ago when people wondered which fringe party could matter in the twenty nineteen election most analysts pointed to maxim burn, as newly created People's Party of Canada. Would that party grow? Could it eat into the conservative base, when it split the vote on the right a year later that seems a little silly? The People's Party is still at just a couple of points in the polls. But it turns out there is a little party that could decide the election, it was on the other side of the spectrum sitting right where it's been all along waiting for the rest of the country to reach these same conclusion about the key issue. They're most known for that they'd reached years ago, climate change is not now I repeat that not an environmental issue. It's a massive security threat, and it needs to be dealt with by government at all levels, a security threat that requires taking bold action, one of the clear things that we've seen from, from this, despite election. I want to congratulate all the candidates who who ran in. It is a Canadians are really preoccupied about climate change are Canadians really ready to meet the green party, where they've been living all these years sure every poll shows support for the party is rising, but luck rising is relative. When you were as low in the polls as the greens typically are in federal elections. So even if that general support is there will it translate to results. Will it translate to writings, one can it make a difference on election night? And if it does at whose expense, welcome to the fight for the climate vote. I'm Jordan heath Rollings. And this is the big story, Cormac mcsweeney is the parliament hill. Reporter for city news. And for the Rogers radio brands and also for us iconic. Hey, how's it going? It is going really well. I'm hoping that you can kind of parse this brewing fight on the left side of the political spectrum right now for us. It's a remarkable dynamic right now months to go before the election were seeing votes evaporate for both the liberals and the New Democrats, and they're all shifting green, you know, the old saying it ain't easy being green. Well, it's pretty easy right now, because things are looking up for Elizabeth may and her party. We've got the greens polling at probably the best that they've ever pulled that federally some polls have them up at around twelve percent, which is huge. Because back in two thousand fifteen the greens were, I think less than five percent of the vote. So they've more than doubled their voting base in the lead up to the. Twenty nine thousand nine fall election. So they're firing on all cylinders right now. And the liberals and New Democrats are wondering what the heck to do to make sure that they keep those voters on their sides. But also, not only that steel voters from the other progressive parties to try and make sure that they can secure some sort of victory, and try and stop the conservatives who are also firing on all cylinders right now. So it's a it's a heck of a fight on the left as the conservatives continue to gain momentum. And it's going to be interesting to see what happens is there. Anything concrete, you can point to we've talked a couple times on this podcast, most notably. When they had a chance in P of the sort of, general affection. The greens are seeing in the rise in the polls. But is there anything concrete, you can point to that might be driving people moving to consider the greens? Some of this is based on stats and polls. And others is based sort of anecdotally. But I think what we're seeing is a few. Different things here that is just creating this perfect scenario for the green party. One is the fact that climate change and the concerns around climate change on a broader national scale or finally, catching up with what the green party has been preaching for years and years. And that is, we need to take action to protect the environment and protect our earth, and Canadians are now really catching up to the point where this is becoming one of the biggest issues seen nationally among the voting public that action needs to be taken and serious action at that. That's one thing one aspect of it. Is that Canadians are catching up with the concerns for the greens? But the other aspect all of this is that we're seeing kind of a collapse and a failure, if you will from the liberals and NDP to take a look at the new democrat side of things. Jug, meet sing failing to gain traction is since taking over the party leadership. We've seen the end EP. Of fallen support. He's struggled to get the attention that he was hoping to get. There was a lot of excitement around. Jug. Meet sing in the hope that he would be this charismatic dynamic young leader that would really help vault the end EP back to the level that we saw with Jack Layton that has not happened at all. And he's, he's struggled in a number of interviews as well where he's been accused of being too vague on certain issues or possibly flip flopping on others. And so while they knew Democrats are struggling the liberals have had problems of their own Justin Trudeau back in two thousand fifteen was able to unite the progressives behind him. He stole from green supporters and end EP supporters, and some conservatives and, and really built up this, this perfect sort of momentum around him during that long campaign in two thousand fifteen that helped vault him from third him in the liberals from third party status to government, and it never happened before. But since taking office, a lot of the promises and a lot of the things that he was. Elected on have created problems for him, just looking at things like the promise to change the way, we elect, our MP's read. There was a lot of hope that, that, that would actually happen in never ended up happening. The liberals have had other scan whole such as SNC laflin and the, the more recent problems of the Mark Norman case, those are eating away at liberal support as well. And on top of all of that. I mean with environment with the environment being a big issue in the eyes of Canadians, some are pointing out, what people, some people see as a contradiction of the liberal position while they say, we need to take serious action on climate change. We'd need this carbon tax. Here's the government buying the trans mountain pipeline to make sure that the oil from our oil sands, is being sent off to other markets something a lot of people who are very passionate about the environment disagree with. And so you have a lot of troubles for the liberals and the MVP right now. And a lot of progressives who don't know where to turn because they're dissatisfied with what they see from what is traditionally been the two left or left of center parties. And now they're looking to the greens as a possible, viable option. And so you have this perfect scenario, as I said, where climate change is becoming more of an important issue in the eyes of Canadians, the traditional parties that Canadians have known for decades are not satisfying, a lot of these younger voters. And they're deciding you know what? Maybe whether it's a protest vote or legitimately giving the greens shot. They're definitely looking at the greens with a lot of serious consideration. When they look at them, especially for those people for whom climate is a major issue. What do they see exactly what gives the green party? The credibility on climate to. They have a specific plan. They do. And actually, it was just recently released. They entitled it mission possible. And I think the, the whole thing is that the greens for years have been branding themselves as. As the environmental party now that can work against them in certain ways, where they're sort of seen as only a one issue party. And it's, it's a it's an image that they've been trying to shake for some time now under Lisbeth may. But nonetheless, the greens are seen as a very credible party when it comes to the environment, you ask any Canadian like, who do you think is the party that would do the most to try and save the environment? I think the green party would likely be the number one answer. So they did release this ambitious plan for the environment. At a time when a lot of Canadians are paying attention to these issues. They are pitching to go well beyond what the liberal government has said, we'll be its targets in terms of dealing with greenhouse gas emissions. I mean, well, beyond the fact, they want to double the reduction target. So the liberals say they want to try and hit thirty percent to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from two thousand five levels by thirty percent by twenty thirty while the green party says we can do better than that. We'll do sixty percent of reduction from the two thousand and five levels of by twenty thirty. That's a dramatic shift and they're not just looking at, you know, pricing pollution as a way to deal with this. They're talking about some major projects such as retrofitting every building across the nation and eliminating our reliance on foreign oil making sure that from province to province. Renewable energy can be more easily shared something that even the conservatives are kind of pitching with their energy corridor option right now. So the, the greens have released released a very ambitious plan. And I guess now that it's out there. It hasn't had a lot of time to really set in for Canadians, whether they're paying attention to promises like this so far out from the election or not as another thing. But we'll see how they respond with these very ambitious targets that Elizabeth may and her green party have put forward two weeks ago. The greens actually one abaya election which. Which feels like something that doesn't happen. How did that come about? And what happened in auto afterwards? Because what I'm fascinated by, in this story is the number of people who have kind of seen a rise in the polls from the greens, but to your point written them off, as a one issue party, or while they can't climb that high can they and did this send a message are their people in auto Wah, talking about them? Now there are definitely people talking about the greens. And I think this by-election victory although I will say that by-election results are usually not reflective of where things go in general election ratified, it is a way and it's seen by some as a way to send a message to the government of the day. Prime minister Justin Trudeau said the day after the by election that he gets it. There's a message from Canadians they care about climate change, and they want to see action on climate change. And that's what his government is focused on through its carbon pricing system and. So I think there was a message sent to both the liberals and the end EP that they need to need to up their game. When it comes to environmental issues, the end EP as well as changed its tactics since that by-election result. And so, I think a lot of politicians while they were seeing some of this growth in this so-called green wave sweep across the nation and a lot of buzz and a lot of talk about the greens, it wasn't until we saw on federal scale of victory such as having the second elected, and p from the green party arrive at the house of Commons before they started to really, you know, publicly address this, because I'm sure that behind the scenes, both those parties were looking at the greens as, as a potential threat and trying to figure out what to do. But again, this is all come recently for the greens, where they've seen this rise over the last several months as we. Part of it to do with the focus on climate change part of it to do with distaste of the otherwise traditional parties that Canadians have been voting for for a while. But I think there was a message sent and, and people are adapting how do people see Elizabeth may who may be until recently, not many of them ever thought much about there's a bit of a joke around Ottawa that Elizabeth may is everyone's political aunt? You know, she's a likeable person, she has something to say about almost everything, but up until recently, I don't think a lot of people actually were considering her as, as potential prime ministerial material, and I think, more people are sort of giving her a bit of a shot. She's not distasteful in any way, you know, you haven't seen Elizabeth may be the subject of a lot of controversy. She has she's had her own problems within her own party. There has been pushed back, there have been allegations that she's been a bully as a leader. Things like that. But whether Canadians have been paying a lot of attention to that something else, she is seen as somebody who has integrity, who has a passion for what she does. And I would be hard pressed to find another MP in the house of Commons who spends as much time in the house of Commons, debating on almost every different subject, then Elizabeth may, so she's very committed to her work. There is broad support for Elizabeth may. But whether that translates into prime ministerial materials something else Nanos poll that just came out recently actually has her in terms of the preferred prime minister.
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